The municipality of El Paso is located in the centre of La Palma, in the upper section of the Aridane valley.
Nowadays, the 7,500 inhabitants also make a living from manufacturing products like tobacco and silk.
This town, where craft work is the tradition, is the perfect place for visiting the Caldera de Taburiente, the cordillera around it, and the vast expanses of almond and pine trees.
El Paso owes its name to its geographical location on the border with other municipalities and its role as a thoroughfare linking the various parts of the island.
El Paso is known as Almond City ('Ciudad de los Almendros' in Spanish).
El Paso is at the centre of la Palma, in the Caldera de Taburiente.
The municipality of El Paso, situated in the centre of the island, on the higher part of the Aridane valley, owes its name to its location (on the border with other municipalities) and to its function as a thoroughfare, linking the various parts of the island. Although the town's economy traditionally relied on farming and picking - it is also known as the town of almond trees ("Ciudad de los Almendros" ...
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